Top Pregnancy Books
It has been acclaimed by the press and midwives. It . . is the book "A body willing" addressed to all expectant mothers. Taking both the diary of a pregnant woman and practical handbook, this book will help you to live your top pregnancy books and childbirth. This book takes a look authentic, warm and original on the pregnancy. This book provides very rich and reassuring practical answers to questions that the mother may arise during all stages of development and delivery. The journalist and writer Marie Bertherat, her mother Therese Bertherat therapist and experienced midwife Paula Brung you explain why your body is naturally well done and how you prepare, especially using simple and precise movements, giving rise to your child freely, "consenting body. A very "big" book, highly comprehensive in relation to pregnancy, strictly speaking, the way Papernick books you can read it in chronological order, week by week, or item by item according to your questions and concerns . It has a major asset, that of being with the latest advanced product names are mentioned although some paragraphs are sometimes a little "technical" for novices in the medical (eg drugs allowed or not, the book quotes the active ingredients or molecules), the photos are of excellent quality and angle of discussion open to all. Step aside as some comic top pregnancy books or forbidding in appearance, this encyclopedia is an excellent knowledge of money!. To access the videos, you have to use QR codes in short, take a picture of the icon with your laptop for example, internet links have been helpful from time to time, but we must move with the times. The book is not alarmist but it is not into sentimentality about the decline in fertility with increasing age of parents, or topics may be difficult to address. It is not enough structure in case of multiple top pregnancy books and will not respond to questions from women undergoing treatment (eg against sterility). What should you know before you make a baby? Where to deliver? What happens during childbirth? "The Great Book of my pregnancy," which comes out in bookstores early this year, addresses these questions. With nearly 500 pages, 140 diagrams, 45 ultrasounds and 12 videos (available via your smartphone), "The Great Book of my pregnancy" accompanying women since the desire for children to return home, combining medical information and practical advice. . . .